The aim of this paper is to explore the complex relationship between literary and geographic spaces featured in Antonio Machado’s poetic and prose work, La tierra de Alvargonzález.My attention will be focused on how these spaces are defined, their limits, and ultimately how their synthesis and interaction is essential for the development and execution of the narrative. An understanding of the intricacies of literary and geographic spaces and their correlation sheds light on complex questions regarding the fundamental nature of narrative and its constituent elements.
Killian, Michael Todd
"Espacios y el papel de la narrativa en La tierra de Alvargonzález,"
The Kennesaw Tower Undergraduate Foreign Language Research Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/kennesawtower/vol4/iss1/7